This role provides an opportunity to work with a highly prestigious international NGO, Cambodian Children's Fund (CCF). Founded in 2004, CCF provides life-changing education and a range of services to vulnerable children from some of Cambodia's most destitute communities. This well respected NGO cares for more than 2,300 students, their families and the community.
CCF is seeking application from suitable qualifies and experienced candidates for Operations Manager role. CFF is a great place to work, staffed by a team of talented and committed people. The workplace offers many opportunities for innovation, initiative and professional satisfaction.
In this role you will have responsibility for leading and managing head office operations, identifying and implementing structures, systems and procedures to enable an integrated and coordinated approach to achieve CCF strategic objectives. The role reports to the COO, Local, and holds responsibility for HR, Supply Chain and Administration services.
You will balance your strategicand operational skills to review and implement clear policies and processes to support sound decision-making, accountability, rigorous and quantifiable reporting and continuous quality improvements. Well-developed people management skills are needed to lead teams in an innovative and highly accountable approach.
We would welcome applications from qualified and experienced professionals who want to utilise their expertise to 'make a difference' and drive quality improvements. Further details of the role and the Position Description can be found at https://www.cambodianchildrensfund.org/jobs-at-ccf/. Please forward your application, including response to the Key Selection criteria by Wednesday 13th July, 2016.
This role is located in Phnom Penh, Cambodia and is a full time service.
The detailed PD and application form can access at: www.cambodianchildrensfund.org/jobs-at-ccf
Applications close 5pm, Wednesday, July 13, 2016.
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